Morning Wine Cellar.
We open up with a brief riff on folks voting in their interests.
From there, we jump over to Alexandria Ocasio Cortez being Melinnial AF.
And we close out in Cameroon.
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Dozens of students who were freed from kidnappers only to be put under effective “school arrest” by the Cameroonian government have been reunited with their parents.
The governor of the north-west region had insisted lessons go on after their capture, and security personnel were deployed to Nkwen Presbyterian secondary school in Bamenda, stopping parents from removing their children on Thursday.
After lobbying from angry and upset parents, and a gun battle that broke out outside their classrooms, the children were allowed home.
Would you be able to rent a D.C. apartment if you didn’t get paid for three months? Congresswoman-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said she can’t.
The New York millennial told The New York Times in a story published Wednesdaythat she needs to wait until her congressional salary kicks in to get an apartment in D.C., which ranks among the most expensive cities in the country for renters.